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the day off. Sam assures him that the filling will be done and tells him that he should relax and enjoy himself! Steele then sets off to find that Sarah and James are having a fun day out with their granddad.
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the day off. Sam assures him that the filling will be done and tells him that he should relax and enjoy himself. Steele then sets off to find that Sarah and James are having a fun day out with their granddad.
   
On July 26th, 2016, The episode had been pulled from TV networks and streaming websites after a small controversy due to a scene where Elvis slips on some papers spilling the drinks. If you look closely, you will notice a paper written in Arabic. The paper is a Muslim religious script referred to as "Quran". This made people think that the scene depicted Islamophobia or some kind of racist joke.
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On July 26th, 2016, The episode had been pulled from TV networks and streaming websites after a small controversy due to a scene where Elvis slips on some papers spilling the drinks. If you look closely, you will notice a paper written in Arabic. The paper is an Islam religious script referred to as the Quran (can also be spelled as Qu'ran or Koran). This made people think that the scene depicted Islamophobia or some kind of racist joke.
   
HIT Entertainment stated that they will no longer be working with Xing Xing for the series. The full episode could be watched on some DVDs made before 2016.
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It's unknown if the Arabic dub of this episode maybe exist edited or unedited or maybe aired on other Arabic TV stations either Baraem or Spacetoon? Please let me know that the Arabic dub of this episode is real?
 
It's unknown if the Arabic dub of this episode maybe exist edited or unedited or maybe aired on other Arabic TV stations either Baraem or Spacetoon? Please let me know that the Arabic dub of this episode is real?
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Revision as of 14:42, December 28, 2017

There was an episode of the British/Welsh TV series Fireman Sam called "Troubled Waters" It was the 6th episode of Season 9 or Series 9 which aired sometime in 2014.

The plot of the episode is quite normal. Station Officer Steele (Fire Captain Steele in US version) takes

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the day off. Sam assures him that the filling will be done and tells him that he should relax and enjoy himself. Steele then sets off to find that Sarah and James are having a fun day out with their granddad.

On July 26th, 2016, The episode had been pulled from TV networks and streaming websites after a small controversy due to a scene where Elvis slips on some papers spilling the drinks. If you look closely, you will notice a paper written in Arabic. The paper is an Islam religious script referred to as the Quran (can also be spelled as Qu'ran or Koran). This made people think that the scene depicted Islamophobia or some kind of racist joke.

HIT Entertainment stated that they will no longer be working with Xing Xing for the series. The full episode can be viewable in English on Google drives (Link in comments)

It's unknown if the Arabic dub of this episode maybe exist edited or unedited or maybe aired on other Arabic TV stations either Baraem or Spacetoon? Please let me know that the Arabic dub of this episode is real?

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